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2006 Mustang GT-Squealing sound on acceleration

I just purchased a 2006 Mustang GT(Automatic). For the first 1000 miles I keep the speed under 65 MPH. I now have 1200 miles on the car. The other day I hit the gas pedal from a stand still, not to the floor and brought the car up to 75 mph. In second gear ther was a squealing sound and continued in third gear as well.

I went to the dealer and they told me that they have been changing transmissions on the 05 and 06 but with different problems.

Does anyones car make this squealing sound like I am speaking about, and has anyone had their transmission replaced?

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welcome to the boards I have a Auto GT...1600 miles...no problems and dont want none Have you done this again? Does it still make the soud?


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Re: Squealing sound on acceleration

I 've got 5000 on mine, no squealing yet!

i have heard the stick shifts have been falling apart
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I 've got 5000 on mine, no squealing yet!

i have heard the stick shifts have been falling apart
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I'm glad that out of 70 views to my email nobody else has herd of this problem. Just keep driving and enjoy the ride.
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I just purchased a 2006 Mustang GT(Automatic). For the first 1000 miles I keep the speed under 65 MPH. I now have 1200 miles on the car. The other day I hit the gas pedal from a stand still, not to the floor and brought the car up to 75 mph. In second gear ther was a squealing sound and continued in third gear as well.
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What's the problem?

Most people want that to happen!

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Squealing sound is what im getting from my 07 GT automatic. Been doing it since day 1. Took it in many times and the dealer keeps saying they cant hear it. And on 1 occasion the service advisor kept saying its the rear diff clutches which they replaced under the TSB twice. Guess what, its still making the noise and I know for a fact its not the clutches on the diff. Its 2nd gear making the noise.
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Yea you are just chirping the tires. Nothing bad there unless you want to save your tires.

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Squealing sound is what im getting from my 07 GT automatic. Been doing it since day 1. Took it in many times and the dealer keeps saying they cant hear it. And on 1 occasion the service advisor kept saying its the rear diff clutches which they replaced under the TSB twice. Guess what, its still making the noise and I know for a fact its not the clutches on the diff. Its 2nd gear making the noise.
Clutch packs never make a squealing sound. They had no idea what they were talking about.

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Squealing can be from belt slippage, but I would expect that in 1st gear.

I've heard of people with alternators going out that initially were misdiagnosed as transmission noise.

Definately not rear end clutch packs.

5r55s auto trans in Explorers and some early year s197's had problems with low reverse planetaries and made a whining sound.

That noise mostly shows up as a whine in the shift from 1st to 2nd, and maybe a much lesser whine from 2nd to 3rd.

Another source can be the transimission valve body separator plate/gasket.

To a degree, the auto trans do make a low/reverse whine, but most of the time you really have to listen for it. If you have an aftermarket exhaust, and/or your windows are down, you pretty much don't notice. That noise is normal though.

I have a V6 with the same 5r55s trans and it did make a lot more noise than normal. Went round and round with the dealer. The usual stuff you would expect. They finally tore it apart and the head tech said the low reverse planetaries showed abnormal wear, so they replaced a bunch of parts under warranty.

I got the car back, and the noise was different but still there, and still loud.

They brought out a Ford field engineer and we both test drove the car. Afterwards, he wrote up a report and got me a replacement transmission which was much quieter.

The noise didn't bother me, but I was paranoid about stuff breaking down. I was holding off on a bunch of mods because I didn't want the dealer to blame the mods for anything that might break in the transmission.

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Another source can be the transimission valve body separator plate/gasket.
I think that's generally a rattling noise though.

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Isn't the rattle noise from a plate somewhere in the bell housing?

I meant the plate/gasket under the valve body that's actually inside the transmission.

I think it's something about the high pressure hydraulics going through some restrictions and causing a high frequency whine or oscillation.

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Isn't the rattle noise from a plate somewhere in the bell housing?

I meant the plate/gasket under the valve body that's actually inside the transmission.

I think it's something about the high pressure hydraulics going through some restrictions and causing a high frequency whine or oscillation.
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I have the same problem! I think...
2005 mustang gt, 5spd... I start my car up, it squeals... It squeals when i idle, it squeals when i accelerate, and the squealing goes away at a certain amount of pressure when braking... I thought it would be a belt, but would braking stop the noise? I thought it was the actual brakes, but why would those make noise when i idle? I'm confused... any ideas?
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